Massey University, Full Degree
Massey is a leading New Zealand university with three North Island campuses in Auckland, Palmerston North and Wellington. Every year more than 5,000 international students from over 100 countries find a warm and welcoming environment at Massey.
According to the 2022 Quacquarelli Symonds Word University rankings, Massey is one of the top 300 universities in the world and we are ranked 29th in the world for Veterinary Science, 45th in Development Studies, 52nd in the world for agriculture and in the top 100 in Art and Design.Apply Now
Most Bachelor degrees are 3 years only, meaning you would graduate faster!
You can use US Financial Aid to pay for your program
Ranked 29th in the world for Veterinary Science, 45th in Development Studies, 52nd in the world for agriculture and in the top 100 in Art and Design
Food Science and Technology, Agricultural Sciences, Business Administration, Communication and Veterinary Sciences are ranked first in New Zealand in the 2021 Shanghai Rankings
Why Massey University?
Massey University has an outstanding reputation as an innovative institution that provides students with a quality education and a fantastic learning experience, breaking new ground in business, creative art, health, science, humanities and social science.
Massey Halls aim to give you the best student experience support during your university years. Halls have dedicated staff to help navigate your priorities, connect you with other residents and encourage you to join the many events and activities that are available.
Our team works with you from start to finish throughout the application process. We assist with certification of documents required to submit an application and guide you through the entire process. We can assist with general questions relating to your move overseas. We also assist you with acceptance of application and preparation for your visa and enrollment.Ask Our Team
Massey prides itself on the relevance and quality of our programs. According to the 2022 Quacquarelli Symonds Word University rankings, Massey is one of the top 300 universities in the world.
Many programs include internship opportunities. Massey University has a strong link with the industry and many of our academics work as advisors outside of their teaching commitments.
With three campuses across the country and distance education as an alternative to study from home in the USA, you can choose the environment you want to study in: the cosmopolitan city of Auckland, the student city of Palmerston North or the arts vibe of Wellington.
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Successful completion of High School Diploma from an accredited high school, plus a minimum ACT composite score of 24 or a minimum SAT result of 1100 out of 1600 or 1650 out of 2400;
Successful completion of at least 1 year towards an Associate’s Degree from a recognized institution;
GED (General Education Diploma) with a score of at least 50 in each test and have qualified for the GED Certificate, plus sufficient SAT or ACT score.
Events & Excursions
You will have many opportunities to enjoy some unique New Zealand destinations and activities while you are at Massey. Each campus has their own student association, and there is also one for distance students. They run more than 200 student clubs and interest groups.
semester 1 Intake
semester 2 Intake
Fees & Inclusions
Tuition: Fees vary depending on your program of study.
One semester Studentsafe insurance cost: NZ$375
One year Studentsafe insurance cost: NZ$750
- Academic guidance and counselling
- Application submission assistance, ongoing email enquiry support from start to finish throughout your application process
- Review of suitable degree programs
- Certification of transcripts
- Course advice
- Enrolment advice
- Support through the acceptance and commencement period
- Review of transcripts and documents
- Liaise between you and the university
What’s Not Included*
- International airfare ($1,800)
- Domestic airfare in US ($500)
- Student visa ($620)
- Books ($365)
- Meals during the semester ($2,500)
- Airport transfer at the end of the semester ($50)
- Travel insurance ($350)
- Travel and personal expenses ($1,500 – 2,500+)
*Costs are estimated based on previous student experience and budget. Actual amounts will vary depending on student.